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Ted Lewis Collection 1919-1934 (COMPLETE)




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Ted Lewis Collection 1919-1934 (COMPLETE)




This collection contains the following:

Company
Record Number
Title
Song Writer(s)
Recording Date

Columbia
A2798
Blues
(My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me)
(Swanstone / MaCarron / Morgan)
10-1-1919

Columbia
A2857
Wond'ring
(David)
10-1-1919

Columbia
A2844
"O" (Oh!)
Introducing: "The Vamp" with vocal by Jack Kauffman
(Byron Gay / Arnold Johnson)
12-9-1919

Columbia
A2908
When My Baby Smiles At Me
(Andrew B. Sterling / Bill Monroe / Ted Lewis)
12-9-1919

Columbia
A2927
I'll See You In C-U-B-A
(Irving Berlin)
3-14-1920

Columbia
A2927
The Moon Shines On The Moonshine
(Bowers)
3-28-1920

Columbia
A2998
Fair One
(Ted Lewis / George Mallen)
8-25-1920

Columbia
A2998
Gypsy Moon
(Leo Camby / Ed Moebus)
8-25-1920

Columbia
A3306
I Love You Sunday
(Charley Straight)
8-25-1920

Columbia
A3329
That Riga-Liga-Lee
(Ted Lewis / Egbert Van Alstyne)
8-25-1920

Columbia
A3306
The Hula Blues
(John Avery Noble)
8-25-1920

Columbia
A3329
Tired Of Me
(Walter Donaldson)
8-25-1920

Columbia
A2945
Somehow Fox-Trot
(Ted Lewis)
4-9-1920

Columbia
A3351
Broadway Rose
(Martin Fried / Otis Spencer)
11-28-1920

Columbia
A3351
Margie
(Davis / Con Conrad / J. Russel Robinson)
11-28-1920

Columbia
A2895
G7533
Bo-La-Bo (Egyptian Fox-trot)
(George Fairman)
1-12-1920

Columbia
A3400
I'm Coming Back To You - Maybe
(Ernie Golden / Ted Lewis)
2-1921

Columbia
A3421
Queen Of Sheba
(Ted Lewis)
2-1921

Columbia
A3411
Underneath The Palms
(Golden / Olman)
2-1921

Columbia
A3411
Love Me
(Golden / Byres)
3-1921

Columbia
A3421
Where Daddy Now Blues
Introducing: Naughty Waltz Blues
(Motzan / Olman)
(Olman)
3-1921

Columbia
A3453
Second Hand Rose
Introducing "I Know"
from "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1921"
(Hanley) (Monaco)
7-13-1921

Columbia
A3473
Bimimi Bay
(Whiting)
7-18-1921

Columbia
A3464
Home Again Blues
(Irving Berlin / Akst)
7-18-1921

Columbia
A3473
Ma
Introducing: When The Honeymoon Was Over
(Con Conrad)
(Fred Fisher)
7-18-1921

Columbia
A3464
Wang Wang Blues
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
7-18-1921

Columbia
A3538
Down The Old Church Aisle
from "Greenwich Village Follies of 1921"
(Ray Perkins)
10-20-1921

Columbia
A3499
Ten Little Fingers And Ten Little Toes
(Down In Tennessee)
(Schuster / Nelson)
10-20-1921

Columbia
A3499
Everybody Step
from "The Music Box Revue"
(Irving Berlin)
10-21-1921

Columbia
A3538
Marie
(Motzan / Santly)
10-23-1921

Columbia
A3434
All By Myself
(Irving Berlin)
6-11-1921

Columbia
A3453
Sally, Won't You Come Back?
Introducing "Bring Back My Blushing Rose"
from "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1921"
(Stamper) (Friml)
6-11-1921

Columbia
A3590
Every Day
Introducing: Oh Gee, Oh Gosh!
from "For Goodness Sake"
(Daly)
2-24-1922

Columbia
A3590
Rosy Posy
from "The Blushing Bride"
(Romberg)
2-24-1922

Columbia
A3790
Runnin' Wild
(Joe Grey / A. Harrington Gibbs)
12-5-1922

Columbia
A3647
Sunshine Alley
(West)
5-19-1922

Columbia
A3647
We'll Build A Dear Little, Cute Little Love Nest - Some Sweet Day
(Leason / Hanbury)
5-19-1922

Columbia
A3662
Georgette
(Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
6-28-1922

Columbia
A3662
Send Back My Honeyman
(Lou Handman)
6-28-1922

Columbia
A3790
St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
12-7-1922

Columbia
A3676
Hot Lips
(Henry Busse / Jack Lange / Lou Davis)
7-20-1922

Columbia
A3676
I Love You, Sweet Angeline
from "Strut Miss Lizzie"
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
7-22-1922

Columbia
A3709
Homesick
(Irving Berlin)
9-15-1922

Columbia
A3709
To-morrow
(I'll Be In My Dixie Home Again)
(Turk / Robinson)
9-16-1922

Columbia
A3730
Bee's Knees
(Leo Wood / Ray Lopez / Ted Lewis)
9-27-1922

Columbia
A3738
Fate
(Byron Gay)
9-27-1922

Columbia
A3730
Lovin' Sam (The Sheik Of Alabam')
(Milton Ager)
9-29-1922

Columbia
A3813
The Memphis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
1-4-1923

Columbia
48-D
Steppin' Out
(John S. Howard / Con Conrad)
12-4-1923

Columbia
52-D
The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else
(Isham Jones / Gus Kahn)
12-4-1923

Columbia
52-D
Twelve O'Clock At Night
(Lou Handman)
12-4-1923

Columbia
48-D
Unfortunate Blues
(Henry Winston / Fred Ham)
12-4-1923

Columbia
A3879
Aunt Hager's Blues
(W.C. Handy)
4-16-1923

Columbia
A3892
Beale Street Mama
(Roy Turk / J. Russel Robinson)
4-17-1923

Columbia
unreleased
Beale Street Mama (80971-1)
(Roy Turk / J. Russel Robinson)
4-17-1923

Columbia
3879
Wet Yo' Thumb
(Harry Akst)
4-17-1923

Columbia
A3972
Beale Street Blues
(W.C. Handy)
4-19-1923

Columbia
A3972
12th Street Rag
(Euday L. Bowman)
4-19-1923

Columbia
A3892
Louisville Lou (The Vamping Lady)
(Milton Ager)
4-20-1923

Columbia
A3814
Jenny
(Friend and Conrad)
1-5-1923

Columbia
A3813
Tiger Rag
(Nick LaRocca)
1-5-1923

Columbia
A3944
Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake
(Billy James)
7-5-1923

Columbia
A3957
Regal
G8005
Anabelle
(Ray Henderson)
7-13-1923

Columbia
1-S
Ted Lewis Popular Favorites
9-13-1923

Columbia
170-D
Barnyard Blues
(Nick LaRocca)
6-5-1924

Columbia
157-D
I Wonder What's Become Of Sally?
(Milton Ager)
6-5-1924

Columbia
157-D
June Night
(Abel Baer / Cliff Friend)
5-24-1924

Columbia
227-D
Too Tired
(George A. Little / Arthur Sizemore / Larry Shay)
10-7-1924

Columbia
241-D
Show Me The Way
(Lewis / Ross / Davis)
10-9-1924

Columbia
82-D
Dream Daddy
(Louis Herscher / George Keefer )
2-10-1924

Columbia
82-D
Mr. Radio Man
(Cliff Friend)
2-10-1924

Columbia
122-D
San
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
6-10-1924

Columbia
122-D
She's Everybody's Sweatheart
(Con Conrad)
6-10-1924

Columbia
227-D
She Loves Me
(Lew Brown / Austin Egen)
9-10-1924

Columbia
241-D
Nobody Loves You Like I Do
(Benny Davis / Harry Akst)
10-17-1924

Columbia
195-D
Eccentric
(J. Russel Robinson)
8-11-1924

Columbia
195-D
Sweet Little You
(Irving M. Bilbo)
8-11-1924

Columbia
170-D
There'll Be Some Changes Made
(Billy Higgins / W. Benton Overstreet)
8-11-1924

Columbia
255-D
Madeline
(Friend / Baer / Whiteman)
11-14-1924

Columbia
255-D
Rose-Marie
from "Rose Marie" (140140-4)
(Rudolf Friml)
11-14-1924

Columbia
unissued
Rose-Marie (140140-1)
(Rudolf Friml)
11-14-1924

Columbia
274-D
I Ain't Got Nobody To Love (140199-2)
(Sam Coslow / Abner Silver)
12-19-1924

Columbia
unreleased
I Ain't Got Nobody To Love (140199-4)
(Sam Coslow / Abner Silver)
12-19-1924

Columbia
274-D
140205-1
I Like You Best Of All
(Little / Sizemore / Shay)
12-23-1924

Columbia
unreleased
140205-4
I Like You Best Of All
(Little / Sizemore / Shay)
12-23-1924

Columbia
295-D
O! Katharina
(Fall / Gilbert)
1-29-1925

Columbia
311-D
Ah-Ha!
(James V. Monaco / Sidney Clare)
2-3-1925

Columbia
416-D
Angry
(George Brunies / Jules Cassard / Abbie Brunies / Mecum)
6-22-1925

Columbia
416-D
Angry (140711-1)
(George Brunies / Jules Cassard / Abbie Brunies / Mecum)
6-22-1925

Columbia
439-D
Milenberg Joys
(Jelly Roll Morton)
6-22-1925

Columbia
439-D
Tin Roof Blues
(New Orleans Rhythm Kings)
6-22-1925

Columbia
406-D
I Miss My Swiss
(Gilbert / Baer)
6-23-1925

Columbia
406-D
Marguerite
(Sherman / Bernie / Murphy)
6-23-1925

Columbia
416-D
Say, Arbella
(Gus Kahn / Ted Fiorito)
6-23-1925

Columbia
311-D
We're Back Together Again
(James V. Monaco / Sidney Clare)
2-7-1925

Columbia
478-D
Bam-Bam-Bamy Shore
(Mort Dixon / Ray Henderson)
10-8-1925

Columbia
478-D
The Camel Walk
(Robert Schafer / Cecil Mack / Tim Brymm / Chris Smith)
10-8-1925

Columbia
295-D
Will You Remember Me?
(Davis / Santly / Richman)
1-9-1925

Columbia
565-D
Poor Papa
(Billy Rose / Harry Woods)
2-10-1925

Columbia
504-D
Just Around The Corner
(Featured In The Universal Picture "Oh, Charlie")
(Harry Von Tizer / Dolph Singer)
10-28-1925

Columbia
504-D
While We Danced Till Dawn (141211-4)
(Henry Santly / Ira Schuster)
10-28-1925

Columbia
unreleased
While We Danced Till Dawn (141211-1)
(Henry Santly / Ira Schuster)
10-28-1925

Columbia
531-D
Don't Wake Me Up (Let Me Dream)
(Wayne / Baer / Gilbert)
12-15-1925

Columbia
620-D
Drifting And Dreaming
(Loyal Curtis / Haven Gillespie / Erwin R. Schmidt / Egbert Van Alstyne)
12-15-1925

Columbia
531-D
That Certain Party
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
12-18-1925

Columbia
620-D
The Monkey Doodle-Doo
(Irving Berlin)
12-18-1925

Columbia
543-D
I Wish I Was In Peoria
(Mort Dixon / Billy Rose / Harry W. Woods)
12-28-1925

Columbia
543-D
Pretty Little Baby
(Phil Baker / Ben Bernie / Sid Silvers)
12-28-1925

Columbia
667-D
Where'd You Get Those Eyes
(Walter Donaldson)
6-1-1926

Columbia
667-D
That's Why I Love You
(Donaldson / Ash)
7-1-1926

Columbia
585-D
In My Gondola
(Bud Green / Harry Warren)
2-1926

Columbia
600-D
I've Found A New Baby
(Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
2-1926

Columbia
670-D
Hi - Diddle - Diddle
(Coon / Keidel)
6-2-1926

Columbia
670-D
Iyone - My Own Iyone
(Bryan / Britt / Leonard)
6-2-1926

Columbia
697-D
My Mama's In Town
(Hirsch / Panico / Nuzzo)
6-3-1926

Columbia
697-D
The New St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
6-3-1926

Columbia
770-D
Blues
(My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me)
(Swanstone / MaCarron / Morgan)
7-16-1926

Columbia
770-D
Tiger Rag
(Nick LaRocca)
7-16-1926

Columbia
unissued
Bring Back Those Minstrel Days
7-26-1926

Columbia
754-D
I Can't Get Over A Girl Like You
(from "Lemaire's Affairs")
(Ruskin / Martin Broones)
7-26-1926

Columbia
826-D
Bugle Call Rag
(Elmer Schoebel / Jack Pettis / Meyers)
11-22-1926

Columbia
922-D
When My Baby Smiles At Me (1)
(Andrew B. Sterling / Bill Monroe / Ted Lewis)
11-22-1926

Columbia
922-D
When My Baby Smiles At Me (3)
(Andrew B. Sterling / Bill Monroe / Ted Lewis)
11-22-1926

Columbia
922-D
Keep A Little Sunshine In Your Heart
(Harry Von Tizer)
11-23-1926

Columbia
826-D
Columbia
3169-D
Some Of These Days
With Sophie Tucker
(Shelton Brooks)
11-23-1926

Columbia
844-D
If You See Sally
(Donaldson / Kahn / Egan)
11-26-1926

Columbia
844-D
Wistful And Blue
(Davidson / Etting)
11-26-1926

Columbia
1084-D
Alexander's Ragtime Band
(Irving Berlin)
6-2-1927

Columbia
1084-D
Dark Town Strutters Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
3-23-1927

Columbia
1017-D
Wah! Wah!
(from "Rufus Le Maire's Affairs")
(Macdonald / Broones)
3-23-1927

Columbia
1017-D
Okeh
41582
Frankie And Johnnie
(You'll Miss Me In The Days To Come)
(Leighton Bros. / Ren Shields)
4-21-1927

Columbia
1050-D
Memphis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
4-21-1927

Columbia
988-D
Fifty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong
(Rose / Raskin / Fisher)
4-27-1927

Columbia
988-D
One Sweet Letter From You
(Lew Brown / Sidney Clare / Harry Warren)
4-27-1927

Columbia
895-D
Lily
(from "Rufus Le Maire's Affairs")
(Macdonald / Warren / Broones)
2-6-1927

Columbia
895-D
Wandering In Dreamland
(from "Rufus Le Maire's Affairs")
(Macdonald / Broones)
2-6-1927

Columbia
1050-D
Beale Street Blues
(W.C. Handy)
6-8-1927

Columbia
1207-D
Down The Old Church Aisle
(Ray Perkins)
6-8-1927

Columbia
1207-D
Is Everybody Happy Now?
(From "Artists and Models")
(Rubens / Osterman / Ted Lewis)
11-18-1927

Columbia
1296-D
Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi
(Byron D. Stokes / F. Dudleigh Vernon)
11-18-1927

Columbia
1242-D
Away Down South In Heaven
(Bud Green / Harry Warren)
12-16-1927

Columbia
1296-D
Goodnight
(Leo Wood / Irving Bibo / Con Conrad)
12-16-1927

Columbia
1242-D
Keep Sweeping The Cob Webs Off The Moon
With Ruth Etting
(Levant / Lewis / Young)
12-16-1927

Columbia
1313-D
Mary Ann
(Silver / Davis )
1-18-1928

Columbia
1313-D
Cooble-Stones
(Claire / Pollack)
1-26-1928

Columbia
1525-D
A Jazz Holiday
(W. Benton Overstreet / Walter Melrose)
4-3-1928

Columbia
1525-D
Jungle Blues
(Jelly Roll Morton)
4-3-1928

Columbia
1391-D
Oh, Baby!
(from "Rain Or Shine")
(Murphy)
3-21-1928

Columbia
1391-D
Start The Band
(Rubens / Osterman / Lewis)
3-21-1928

Columbia
1428-D
A Good Man Is Hard To Find
(Eddie Green)
3-22-1928

Columbia
1346-D
Hello Montreal!
(Billy Rose / Mort Dixon / Harry Warren)
3-22-1928

Columbia
1428
Okeh
41587
I Ain't Got Nobody
(And Nobody Cares For Me)
(Williams / Graham)
3-23-1928

Columbia
1346-D
Laugh! Clown! Laugh!
(Ted Fiorito / Sam Lewis / Joe Young)
3-23-1928

Columbia
1656-D
Wear A Hat With A Silver Lining
(Alfred Bryan / Al Sherman)
12-4-1928

Columbia
1656-D
She's Funny That Way
(I Got A Woman Crazy For Me Blues)
(Neil Moret / Richard Whiting)
12-5-1928

Columbia
5330
Allah's Holiday
(Rudolf Friml)
12-6-1928

Columbia
1573-D
Clarinet Marmalade (1)
(Larry Shields / Henry Ragas)
7-16-1928

Columbia
1573-D
Clarinet Marmalade (4)
(Larry Shields / Henry Ragas)
7-16-1928

Columbia
1573-D

Melotone M 13379-A
Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble
(Spencer Williams)
7-16-1928

Columbia
1485-D
Moonlight Madness
(Then You Were Gone)
(Fred Coots / Lou Davis)
7-17-1928

Columbia
1999-D
Columbia
CB 5
My Little Dreamboat
(Fred Coots / Lou Davis)
7-18-1928

Columbia
1485-D
King For A Day
(Ted Fiorito / Sam Lewis / Joe Young)
7-19-1928

Columbia
1789
Columbia 14274
Okeh
41582
Limehouse Blues
(Furber / Braham)
12-11-1928

Columbia
1709-D
When The Curtain Comes Down
(Al Sherman / Al Lewis / Carl Hoefle)
12-12-1928

Columbia
1709-D
Glad Rag Doll
(Jack Yellen / Milton Ager / Dougherty)
12-13-1928

Columbia
1789-D
Roses Of Picardy
(Wood / Weatherly)
12-20-1928

Columbia
5389
Columbia 14274
Russian Lullaby
(Irving Berlin)
12-20-1928

Columbia
1916-D
Lewisada Blues (148568-5)
(Ted Lewis)
6-4-1929

Columbia
unreleased
Lewisada Blues (148568-4)
(Ted Lewis)
6-4-1929

Columbia
1916-D
I Love You
(Lewis / Yoell)
6-5-1929

Columbia
1882-D
I'm The Medicine Man For The Blues
From Ted Lewis' Talking Picture "Is Everybody Happy?"
(Harry Akst / Grant Clarke)
5-26-1929

Columbia
1854-D
I'm Walking Around In A Dream
(Ted Lewis / Larry Yoell / Robert E. Spencer)
5-26-1929

Columbia
1854-D
Maybe - Who Knows?
(Tucker / Schuster / Getting)
5-26-1929

Columbia
1882-D
Wouldn't It Be Wonderful?
From Ted Lewis' Talking Picture "Is Everybody Happy?"
(Harry Akst / Grant Clarke)
5-26-1929

Columbia
CB 5
In The Land Of Jazz
(Theme Song, "Is Everybody Happy")
(Brennan / Perkins)
5-30-1929

Columbia
2029-D
Okeh
41580
Farewell Blues
(Paul Mares / Leon Roppolo / Elmer Schoebel)
8-21-1929

Columbia
2029-D
Okeh
41579
Wabash Blues
(Ringle / Meinken)
8-21-1929

Columbia
1999-D
Lady Luck
Talkie Hit from Warner Bros. Motion Picture Production "Show of Shows"
(Perkins)
8-22-1929

Columbia
1957-D
Through!
(How Can You Say We're Through?)
(Monaco / McCarthy)
8-22-1929

Columbia
1957-D
Lonely Troubadour
(John Klenner)
8-24-1929

Columbia
2088-D
You've Got That Thing
(from "Fifty Million Frenchmen")
(Cole Porter)
12-23-1929

Columbia
3169-D
Aunt Hager's Blues
(W.C. Handy)
1-20-1930

Columbia
2181-D
Dinah
(Sam M. Lewis / Joe Young / Harry Akst)
1-24-1930

Columbia
2144-D
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
(Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh)
2-28-1930

Columbia
2144-D
Singing A Vagabond Song
(Richman / Messenhiemer / Burton)
3-3-1930

Columbia
2311-D
Homemade Sunshine
(Sammy Fain / Norman / Kahal)
10-3-1930

Columbia
2311-D
Laughing At Life
(Todd / Kenny)
10-3-1930

Columbia
2246-D
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
(Ernest Seitz / Eugene Lockhart)
4-14-1930

Columbia
2336-D
Somebody Stole My Gal
(Wood)
4-17-1930

Columbia
2336-D
Someday, Sweetheart
(Benjamin Spikes / John Spikes / Jelly Roll Morton)
4-17-1930

Columbia
2217-D
The Yellow Dog Blues
(He's Gone Where the Southern Cross the Yellow Dog) (1)
(W.C. Handy)
4-18-1930

Columbia
2217-D
The Yellow Dog Blues
(He's Gone Where the Southern Cross the Yellow Dog) (4)
(W.C. Handy)
4-18-1930

Okeh
41585
Sobbin' Blues (1)
(Art Kassell / Vic Berton)
4-24-1930

Columbia
2217-D
Sobbin' Blues (2)
(Art Kassell / Vic Berton)
4-24-1930

Columbia
2246-D
Three O'Clock In The Morning
(Julian Robledo / Dorothy Terriss)
4-24-1930

Columbia
2088-D
Harmonica Harry (The Harmonica King)
(Baxter)
1-6-1930

Columbia
2113-D
San
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
1-8-1930

Columbia
2181-D
The Lonesome Road
(Talkie Hit from Universal Production "Showboat")
(Nat Shikret / Gene Austin)
1-10-1930

Columbia
2492-D
I Love You In The Same Sweet Way
(King / Moll)
7-1-1931

Columbia
2492-D
I'm All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart
(Fisher / Unger / Stern)
7-1-1931

Columbia
2378 -D
Just A Gigolo
(Leonello Casucci / Irving Caesar)
1-13-1931

Columbia
2408-D
Truly (I Love You)
2-13-1931

Columbia
2467-D
Dip Your Brush In Sunshine
(Andy Razaf / J.C. Johnson)
4-13-1931

Columbia
2452-D
One More Time
(Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
4-13-1931

Columbia
2452-D
Ho Hum!
(Suesse / Heyman)
4-15-1931

Columbia
2467-D
The Little Old Church In The Valley
(Gus Kahn / Gene Arnold / Egbert Van Alstyne)
4-15-1931

Columbia
2527-D
Melotone M 13379-B
Dallas Blues
Fats Waller at the Piano
(Hart A. Wand / Lloyd Garret)
3-5-1931

Columbia
2428-D
Egyptian Ella
(Doyle)
3-5-1931

Columbia
2428-D
I'm Crazy About My Baby
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
3-5-1931

Columbia
2527-D
Okeh
41579
Royal Garden Blues
Vocal Refrain by Fats Waller
(Spencer Williams / Clarence Williams)
3-5-1931

Columbia
2560-D
Columbia
DO-665
An Ev'ning in Caroline
(Walter Donaldson)
10-26-1931

Columbia
2560-D
Columbia
DO-665
Old Playmate
(Matt Malneck / Gus Kahn)
10-26-1931

Columbia
2408-D
At Last I'm Happy
(Friend / Clare / Conrad)
1-12-1931

Columbia
2378-D
Columbia
2721-D
Heading For Better Times
(Tobias / Mencher)
1-12-1931

Columbia
2721-D
New Farewell Blues
(Paul Mares / Leon Roppolo / Elmer Schoebel)
1-12-1931

Columbia
2652-D
In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
(Young / Siras / Little)
3-15-1932

Columbia
2635-D
My Woman!
(Wallman / Wartell / Crosby)
3-15-1932

Columbia
2635-D
Somebody Loves You
(De Rose / Tobias)
3-16-1932

Columbia
2652-D
Sweet Sue - Just You
(Will J. Harris / Victor Young)
3-16-1932

Columbia
2728-D
I'm Sure Of Everything But You
(O'Flynn / Meyer / Wendling)
11-28-1932

Columbia
2728-D
Play Fiddle Play
(Arthur Altman / Emery Deutsch / Jack Lawrence)
11-28-1932

Columbia
2758-D
All Aboard For Dreamland, Baby
(Baer / Young)
2-1-1933

Columbia
2753-D
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
(Have You Ever Been Blue)
(Rose / Brown)
2-1-1933

Columbia
2748-D
Try A Little Tenderness
(Harry Woods / Jimmy Campbell / Reg Connelly)
2-1-1933

Columbia
2748-D
Buy American!
(And Good Times Will Come Thru')
(Sherman / Lewis)
1-31-1933

Columbia
2753-D
There's A New Day Comin'
(Milton Ager / Young)
1-31-1933

Columbia
2758-D
There's A Ring Around My Rainbow
(Harry Link)
1-31-1933

Columbia
2777-D
An Old, Old Man With A Old, Old Pipe
(Revel / Gordon)
5-2-1933

Columbia
2775-D
It's Sunday Down In Caroline
Vocal Refrain by Shirley Jay
(Levinson / Symes / Neiburg)
5-2-1933

Columbia
2774-D
Stormy Weather
Vocal Refrain by Shirley Jay
(Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler)
5-2-1933

Columbia
2777-D
In A Garden In Old Kalua
(Jack Aronson / Mickey Kippel)
4-19-1933

Columbia
2774-D
Moonlight Millionaires
(Irving Kahal / George Meyer / Billy Rose)
4-19-1933

Columbia
2775-D
The Gold Digger's Song (We’re In The Money)
(from "Gold Diggers of 1933")
(Al Durbin / Harry Warren)
4-19-1933

Columbia
2799-D
In The Vine-Covered Church Way Back Home
(Weldon / Miller)
6-22-1933

Columbia
2786-D
Lazy Bones
(Johnny Mercer / Hoagy Carmichael)
6-22-1933

Columbia
2786-D
Okeh
41587
Rhythm
(Jimmy Dale)
6-22-1933

Columbia
2799-D
Here You Come With Love
(Tent / Tobias / Moret)
7-28-1933

Columbia
2807-D
Little Locket Of Long Ago
(Joseph Burke / Harry M. Woods)
7-28-1933

Columbia
2807-D
Ten Thousand Years Ago
(Berns / King / Benny Goodman)
7-28-1933

Decca
239
Happiness Ahead
(from "Happiness Ahead")
(Mort Dixon / Allie Wrubel)
10-1-1934

Decca
242 A
If I Had A Million Dollars
From "Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round"
(Matty Malneck / Johnny Mercer)
10-1-1934

Decca
239
Brunswick RL-208
Pop! Goes Your Heart
(from "Happiness Ahead")
(Mort Dixon / Allie Wrubel)
10-1-1934

Decca
242 B
There's Going To Be A Wedding In The Band
(Baxter)
10-1-1934

Decca
240
I'll Close My Eyes To Everyone Else (If You'll Open Your Heart To Mine)
(Tinturin / Kenny / Terker)
10-2-1934

Decca
241 B
Isn't It A Shame?
(Silver / Sherman / Lewis)
10-2-1934

Decca
241 A
My Old Flame
(From "Belle Of The Nineties")
(Sam Coslow / Arthur Johnson)
10-2-1934

Decca
240
Sweetie Pie
(Loeb)
10-2-1934

Decca
107 A
Jazznochracy
(Will Hudson)
8-27-1934

Decca
106
Tonight Is Mine
From "Stingaree"
(Gus Kahn / Franke Harling)
8-27-1934

Decca
106
Two Cigarettes In The Dark
From "Kill That Story"
(Lew Pollack / Francis Webster )
8-27-1934

Decca
107 B
White Heat
(Will Hudson)
8-27-1934

Brunswick RL-304
Did She Ask For Me?
(Rothberg / Grey)
11-10-1934

Decca
unreleased
Earthquake
11-10-1934

Decca
unreleased
I Can Sew A Button
11-10-1934

Brunswick RL-304
(I Got A) New Deal For Love
(Robinson / Livingston)
11-10-1934




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9 - Aunt Hager's Blues2
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
10 - Bam-Bam-Bamy Shore
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
12 - Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
14 - Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
15 - Egyptian Ella
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
19 - Georgette
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
21 - Have You Ever Been Lonely
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
29 - I Wonder What's Become Of Sally
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
32 - I'm All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
33 - I'm Crazy Bout My Baby
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
46 - Ma révolution (single version)
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
56 - Royal Garden Blues
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
58 - Sally Won't You Come Back
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
66 - Somebody Loves You
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
77 - There's A New Day Comin'
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
88 - When My Baby Smiles At Me2
[MusicBrainz (recording)]

Reviews

Reviewer: filmbuff63 - - September 26, 2013
Subject: Great Collection. Thanks For Sharing
I know what is being said about these so called "companies'' thinking that they "own" the rights to very old material that is in the public domain . There is one video operation that plasters its watermark all over the public domain videos, and then claims to own the rights to the material. Seeing all the watermarks and all the logos on the PD material is just as crazy as someone trying to claim the rights to music that was probably not copyrighted to begin with. Thanks again for sharing this fine collection. Icould listen to this stuff all day. Highest Rating Plus!!!
Reviewer: Mystery Investigator - - March 16, 2013
Subject: Medicine Man for your Blues
Have to admit that for the time period, he was one of the finest band leaders. He carried many people through the great depression & gave a smile to all. His music speaks to the heart of the pain & hope of the great depression, that's history, and should belong to the people of the Earth. Listen to his "Buy American" - exactly like today' front page news, homeless & starving people while people send music tracks they shouldn't own to China to be made into CDs.
I note that one asks about copyright, it should have long ago gone into the Public Domain. Problem is that some "entertainment" companies have taken to digitalizing very old music and then claim that creation as having copyright & try to make as broad a sweep as possible, even claiming the original as part of their work. In my opinion that act is very close to being a crime & I am sure eventually there will be a class action suit against these companies. I take most of my digital recordings off the original vinyl records and then I lay down tracks, some high notes and some low, voice, various musical instruments, and so on till I have about 16 tracks. All are time phased so the music is perfect, of course I get rid of scratch n bloop noises. Then I bring the song back together track by track being mindful to emphasize the different musical instruments and voices on different compositions so the song sounds like the best stereo music of today, and on some songs I bring it into the 21st century by adding special effects and synthesized computer effects that are triggered by the music.
I added 1 such copy of Ted Lewis doing "Medicine Man for your Blues" (1929) and added that to a private video of my creation and put it on Youtube. In under 15 minutes I had a take down notice & warning of copyright infringement. These giant entertainment companies are going too far. When I think of how little cash Lewis got for performing his works, not to mention he rarely personally even tried to get a copyright, he even partly financed some of his earliest records, which included many of these songs. I'd hate to go out Christmas caroling due to fear of the sound police. Someone needs to fight back against these thieves that run music mills. These songs will soon be 100 years old. Copywrong is more like it.
Reminds me of when Janis Joplin was playing at Woodstock, and asked if everyone had enough water and went on to about what music was all about, in her words it was; "about Groovin" and not tearing people down, she specifically spoke out about the promoters . The same promoters that have made money ever since she died. Anyone claiming copyrights on Ted Lewis' music is just exposing how depraved the music industry has become.
Reviewer: animationenema - - September 11, 2012
Subject: copy rights
please leave info on copy rights. Is this public domain or not
Reviewer: Alonzo Church - - September 6, 2012
Subject: Much Good Music / Much Bad Clarinet
One of the reviewers notes the heroic nature of this collection, and let's agree that this collection is valuable. It takes an enthusiast, and a site like archive for there to be a complete collection on a rather forgotten figure in music.

But the recordings themselves (well remastered, in most cases) do tell us why Lewis is obscure. When it comes to jazz, Lewis has a pretty good band, but plays a terrible clarinet and an even worse alto sax. On the records where those instruments predominate, things can get painful.

The band itself, though, plays jazz well -- and can surprise, even when the personnel is not amplified with guest stars like Fats Waller and Benny Goodman. And Lewis' vocal performances, which are melancholy talk vocals backed by a very sweet sound from the orchestra, can be quite effective. (See "She's Funny That Way"). But not every number is good, and the early ones featuring Lewis playing a schmaltz alto sax, have the musical appeal of a yodeling cat in heat.
Reviewer: mtehrani - - June 22, 2012
Subject: Question about PD
Hello. We are working on a project right now and love the track
Memphis Blues (Archive.org, W.C. Handy, 1923). Do you know if this track is in the Public Domain for rights and clearances?

thanks!
Reviewer: NoSpillBlood - - November 23, 2011
Subject: Superb collection
An heroic contribution to this site. Well done.
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